The Supreme Court decision upholding the
health-insurance mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable
Care Act has an Alice-in-Wonderland feel to it, writes
Sheldon Richman. Chief Justice John Roberts’s opinion holds that
he penalty for not complying with the mandate is both a tax and
not a tax—depending on the question. View this article.
Chief Justice John Roberts’ majority decision today upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act makes a number of very important points. First, Roberts completely rejected the Obama administration’s unprecedented argume... Read Post
Today, the Supreme Court ruled he Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare)’s individual mandate can stand as a tax, thereby judging it constitutional. Chief Justice John Roberts was the swing vote in the 5-4 rul... Read Post